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The Tribute by Cecil LindsayThe Tribute by Cecil Lindsay
£6.95

The Tribute is Cecil Lindsay Tee's Collection of Music for the Highland Bagpipe
Mark Saul Antipodes Volume 1
£14.95
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Mark Saul's collection of contemporary bagpipe music, containing many popular tunes played and recorded by pipebands, soloists and folkbands.
The College of Piping Tutor Book - Part 1 - GermanThe College of Piping Tutor Book - Part 1 - German
£15.00

The College of Piping's famous green tutor. More than 385,000 copies sold to date. The only way to start a piping career. Join the thousands of other pipers worldwide who have learned the College way.... More...
SCOTS GUARDS SETTINGS VOL 2SCOTS GUARDS SETTINGS VOL 2
£32.95

Second collection of standard settings of pipe music, as well as a brief history and information by the Scots Guards. A must for any pipers bookshelf.
P/M Donald MacLeod - Book 3P/M Donald MacLeod - Book 3
£10.50

Donald MacLeod, MBE, was born in Stornoway, on Lewis, in the Scottish Hebridean Islands in 1916. He became a piper for the Seaforth Highlanders in 1937, reaching the level of pipe major after only fou... More...
A MacCrimmon CollectionA MacCrimmon Collection
£17.95

Iain and Calum MacCrimmon’s brand new collection of traditional and contemporary bagpipe music.
The College of Piping Tutor Book - Part 2The College of Piping Tutor Book - Part 2
£15.00

Complete with DVD at no extra charge, Tutor 2 is the only maintenance manual you will ever need. Learn how to tune, handle reeds, tie in a bag and how strike in your pipes when playing in a band. Ther... More...
ROSS COLLECTIONS OF HIGHLAND BAGPIPE Book 3ROSS COLLECTIONS OF HIGHLAND BAGPIPE Book 3
£10.50

Collection by prolific piper and composer in the late 19th and early 20th century, Pipe Major William Ross (1879-1965)